A new bionic device, so small it can be injected
through a needle, is being used to help stroke patients regain
movement-as reported in The Daily Mail.
of the project, Dr Jane Burridge, of the University's School
of Health Professions and Rehabilitation Sciences, commented:
'The advantage is that they make it possible to activate
individual muscles. Each one can be switched on and off, so we
can achieve fine control over the patient's movement.'
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